Tag Archives: Athens

Visiting Greece’s Acropolis? Rules have changed

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Rules For Visiting Greece’s Acropolis Are Changing. Here’s What To Know If you’re heading to one of Greece’s biggest tourist attractions later this year, make sure you are aware of the new visiting rules. The Acropolis is consistently inundated with tourists, with as many as 23,000 visitors clogging up the complex on some days! Greece’s […]

Testimonial: Global ETS Member with Femur Injury Evacuated from Greece to Florida

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Bob & Bette Burgfechtel The Villages, Florida Recently my wife, Bette, and I were on a Viking Mediterranean cruise from Venice to Greece. While on the ship I suffered an unusual injury to my right femur which was very painful. My wife got help immediately and shortly after that our cabin was full of people. […]

Tips for Holiday Travel

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Seems like summer vacation is barely over, but if you haven’t thought about booking your holiday travel, it’s time! In fact, your window of opportunity for booking affordable fares for Thanksgiving and Christmas is rapidly shrinking. “My number one tip for getting the lowest (never cheap at holiday time) fares is to book 11 months […]